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Full text of "Sou'wester Yearbook"

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Presenting not the most famous s,how of Williamson 
County, nor yet the most famous show of that great 
and glorious State, that place where abide the stalwart 
and the true, the domicile where dwell truth and beauty 
forever wedded; no, not the greatest show of Texas. 
This show is much bigger, much grander, much more 
colossal, even more stupendous than that. Nor yet is 
this the greatest show in lo, these 48 grand and glorious 
states that go to comprise that greatest of all great na- 
tions, the United States of America. No, ladies and 
gentlemen, this show is greater, much greater, than that. 
For years the greatest group of technicians, artists, and 
laborers that has ever been in one place assembled has 
been working to bring you this extravaganza of extrava- 
ganzas. Again, let me remind you, this is not of Wil- 
liamson County, nor of Texas, nor yet of the United 
States. This, Ladies and Gentlemen, is the Greatest 
Show on Earth! 

From all the four corners of the earth and from each 
of the sixteen segments of the compass comes this show. 
It is quintessence itself seven times purified, so that the 
resultant quality is a product that would amaze even 
Mighty Zeus as he quaffs his nectar on olympus. Zeus 
must, perforce, own himself bettered were he enabled 
to view this show of shows. 

And now, Music, Maestro, and let us have 
lights galore 

As we present a show that you, one and 
all, will adore! 





yOU ARE NOT GOINO, TO 
RIDE HIH IN THZ. PARADE.' 
NOW COME DOWN 



Dedication 



We, the staff of the 1954 Sou'wester, proudly 
dedicate this annual to the Southwestern Uni- 
versity Board of Trustees, the tireless group of 
men who make not only this book, but South- 
western itself, possible. 

We offer this annual, in behalf of the stu- 
dent body, as a tribute to these noble men, who 
graciously contribute their time, money, and en- 
thusiasm to our alma mater. 

We present this annual to these great men in 
appreciation for their unrewarded effort which 
they have expended throughout the years of 
their service to Southwestern, and which they 
will undoubtedly continue to give gladly, year 
after year, throughout Southwestern's ever 
brighter future. 

We give this annual proudly, yet humbly, to 
these noble men— The Southwestern University 
Board of Trustees. 



HOdlfCOdliOG 
Ofly 1954... 




Some lucky souls 
worked out their 
schedules with no 
trouble; but most of 
us felt as though 
we'd moved a moun- 
tain when our regis- 
tration was complete. 





The first formal occasion of 
the year allowed students and 
faculty to begin friendships out- 
side the classroom. 



At "get-acquainted" parties 
new students were welcomed, 
and freshmen began to under- 
stand why Southwestern stu- 
dents are famous for their sin- 
cere friendliness. 



Though some people have other 
opinions, we really did come to college 
to get an education. Hard study during 
the week helped us to enjoy weekends 
of fun and relaxation. 





ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 




CODY MEMORIAL LIBRARY 




PRESIDENT'S HOME 




LOIS PERKINS CHAPEL 




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McCOOK-CRAIN CLINIC 



HOME ECONOMICS BUILDING 




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and quite inspiring pro 
nual Christmas Carol Service 



duction was the an- 



Art too, gave us a way of ex- 
pressing our innermost desires 
and feelings. 



Broadway has nothing on our 
drama department. Remember 
their presentation of "Twelfth 
Night." 




Music has long played an im- 
portant part in the lives of 
Southwestern's students. Long 
hours of practice perfected our 
orchestra. 



Whether it was providing pep 
at our basketball games, or en- 
tertaining us in assembly, the 
band was always "on beat with 
a neat sheet." 





LAURA KUYKENDALL HALL 







JIM WEST GYMNASIUM 




MOOD HALL 





FINE ARTS 
BUILDING 




We pause to shed a tear for the many 
trying hours we suffered in the registra- 
tion and orientation maelstrom. We 
sweated out lines that made Hitler's 
Army seem like an intramural A&M Ca- 
det Corp drill and we labored through 
examinations that would have spotted 
Einstein in the kindergarten class. 

Also the Freshmen were sentenced to 
wear their beanies to "generate" their 
spirit for the Alma Mammy. 




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Some of the Social Organizations which participated in the 
service; with apologies to the others. 



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The Kappa Sigma 

and the 
Phi Delta Theta 

Fraternities 

and the 
Zeta Tau Alpha 

Sorority, singing 
"SILENT NIGHT" 



The Independent 
Association singing 
"THERE'S A SONG 
IN THE AIR" 



Kappa Phi 

and 
Kappa Chi 



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The Christmas Carol Service is one of the most 
beautiful of the traditions carried on by members of our 
S.U. circus. The singing of Carols at Christmas time 
draws people together in a true spirit of Christian fel- 
lowship. 

The many visitors who come to hear the singing of 
traditional carols are a testimony to the hard work of- 
fered by the social groups to make this program a thing 
of beauty. 





JOE HEGAR-Narrator 



ELLSWORTH PETERSON-Organist 

These are the men who helped to make the Carol Service a suc- 
cess; the organist, the narrator, and the ushers. 

Furnishing ushers is one of the functions carried on by Blue Key. 



The Ushers: Albert Sanders, Jimmy Ross, Charles Hall, Bill Dippel, Cur 

tis Pickens, Claude McClelland. 
Not Pictured: Roland Folse, Guinn Williams. 




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Always smiling, always giving their best performance, the 
A Cappella Choir brought more "congratulations" to South- 
western. 




ROSTER 



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FIRST SOPRANO 

DAGUE, BEVERLY, Harlingen 
HIGGINS, MARY MARSHALL, Ysleta 
JOHNSON, ROMA, Austin 
LEWIS, HAZEN, Corpus Christi 
WISE, NANCY, Corpus Christi 

SECOND SOPRANO 

BARTLETT, LOIS, San Antonio 
BRANTLEY, KATHLEEN, San Antonio 
CHEWNING, SHIRLEY, Amarillo 
COPELAND, PAT, San Antonio 

FIRST ALTO 

BORDEN, KAY, Abilene 
LAMBERT, ALEIDA, McAllen 
LIMMER, MARY LOUISE, Bartlett 
NELSON, CAROL, Tyler 
ZIMMERMAN, MARJORIE, San Antonio 



SECOND ALTO 



CAVNESS, CAROL, Austin 


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COX, DAWNIA, Colorado Springs, Colo. 






DAVIS, SHIRLEY B., San Antonio 


DAGUE, DAVID, Harlingen 




FAGAN, JANET, Houston 


JACKSON, RICHARD, Donelson, Tenn. 




WILKINSON, ANN, Katy 


PERRY, FRANK, El Campo 
ROBINSON, JAMES, Victoria 




FIRST TENOR 


ZIMMERMAN, WAYNE, Brownsville 




BAKER, EUGENE, Robstown 






BENTLEY, TOMMY, Waco 






BLONDEAU, ROLLIE, McAllen 






TANNER, CHARLES, Port Arthur 


BASS 




TITTLE, LLOYD, Brownsville 


DAVIS, HARRY, San Antonio 




SECOND TENOR 


GUINN, JACK, Houston 
HARDY, DAVID, Austin 




MALESKY, CHARLES, San Antonio 


LUNDGREN, BOBBY, Elgin 




O'DONNELL, ROGENE, Terrell 


ROGERS, CHARLES, San Antonio 




ROBERTSON, DAVID, Weslaco 


TAYLOR, CARL, Austin 




ROE, GORDON, Kingsville 


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Men's Chorus 



Women's Chorus 




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Music hath the power to soothe the savage 
beast, and soothe it does as it is wafted into the 
air via the media of the Southwestern Band. 
Many a long hour was spent in trying to coax 
just the right note out of each instrument. Here 
we have caught the band in just such an hour, 
under the capable hand of director Ralph Jones. 

Also deserving of mention are the Dance 
Band and the Basketball Band, select groups 
chosen from the larger unit. These two organi- 
zations have made possible added spirit at bas- 
ketball games and dances at the Alma Mater 
this year. 



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Wail 




The College Town Hall in which busi- 
ness executives made a stab at answer- 
ing students' questions concerning bus 
ness and its relation to government, edu 
cation, politics, and other fields. 



TWO OF OUR ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS 

And the "Honorary Texan" Citizenship 
Awards, an annual production under 
the spontaneous leadership of Blitz Grif- 
fin, esq., in which honorary citizenship 
papers are awarded those students not 
fortunate enough to live in Texas. 




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went on tour this year to the Coast, making 
stops at various schools on the way. They began 
at the band hall of old S. U. looking gay and 
chipper 





Brazosport ! ! ! 



and various other places. 



By the way they were a success in all points and from all reports they had a fine time besides. 



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The Mask and Wig players who attempt to 
interpret life to us. What long hours of exhaus- 
tive rehearsals they must undergo before daring 
to show their art to the critical eyes of their con- 
temporaries! And to what dizzy heights they 
take us as they unroll the world of the drama be- 
fore our eyes or tickle our funny bones with 
hypothetical incongruities which would do hon- 
or to the bright lights of Broadway. The marvel 
is that the players, after being subjected to every 
type of torture known to man as they rehearse 
their parts to get them down letter perfect, can 
still be on friendly terms, even come to vener- 
ate, the director who puts them through their 
paces, never relenting until absolute perfection 
is attained or until the muse is completely ex- 
hausted. 



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Scrooge Scoggins 



Buddy Dolan 



Blitz Griffin 




Billy Dippel 




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. . . And who will forget the friendly invasion to 
which we fell prey this year? Over two hundred 
and fifty high schoolers descended upon us to 
put the old "git up and git" back in our veins. 
Our hearts were gladdened as we saw the 
beautiful chicks and handsome lads hieing 
hither, thither, and yon through our hallowed 
halls, sequestered in antiquity and venerated 
with age. 




And so off to see the campus 




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Still the Grand March 



The Grand March 

Doesn't this thing ever end? 



So we dance 



Though the gym was crowd- 
ed with S.U.'ers and Week-end- 
ers we managed to percolate to 
the sweet and solid strains of 
"Tenderly" as rendered by the 
Dance Band. 



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Step this way to the Midway wherein you will find all that is best of our 
Show of Shows. Herein will be depicted the frothy cream on the top-most ripple 
of the sundae. Here is society in all its myriad ramifications as exemplified in 
our contemporary midsts. 




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S T U D € n T ASSOCIATION 
OfflCEfiS 



President Albert Sand 



ers 



Vice-President Bobby Lundgren 

Secretary-Treasurer Sue Carper 

This page is for those almighty student leaders, be 
they born, bred, or elected, who head the Student As- 
sociation. Chosen by popular vote of the entire enroll- 
ment, these wheels bear the full load of student gov- 
ernment. Their smiles fail to show the work, worry and 
responsibility which their jobs demand. 






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THE S T U D £ R T SEIMIf 



Our camera admits you to a session of the campus legislators, no doubt en- 
gaged in debating some profound resolution. Elected by their classes, these 
great law-givers comprise the Student Senate; they make the rules by which the 
show is run and sponsor all-school functions. 



SENIORS 

Bert Fox 

Carol Ann Harter 
Chuck Malesky 
Guinn Williams 
Hill Winfrey 



JUNIORS 

Nancy Hamilton 
Bobby Lundgren 
Bill Merritt 
John Powell 



Chairman— Albert Sanders 



SOPHOMORES 

Jamie Edmonson 
Sue Holt 

Mary Ann Kalmbach 
Ray Dell Stephens 



FRESHMEN 

Rollie Blondeau 
Carol Cavness 
Wayne Zimmerman 



Secretary— Sue Carper 




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ynofi COUOCIL 



Minus long robes and powdered wigs, the calm countenances pictured here 
are those of the Honor Council, the campus judges. Elected by their classes, this 
judiciary body is charged with keeping the show clean, and redirecting those 
of the group who go astray. 

OFFICERS 



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CHAIRMAN 
Bobby Lundgren 

SENIOR CLASS 

Roland Folse 
Chuck Malesky 

JUNIOR CLASS 

Cathy Morgan 
Jimmy Cardwell 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 

Rodney Roberts 
Dawnia Cox 

STUDENT SENATE 

Bert Fox 
Sue Carper 



ALPHA DELTA PI 
Janey Smith 

DELTA DELTA DELTA 
Jamie Edmondson 

DELTA ZETA 
Margie Zimmerman 

PHI MU 

Betty Alice Huston 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 
Mary Lou Sisserson 

INDEPENDENT GIRLS 
Roma Johnson 



INDEPENDENT BOYS 
George Lewis 

KAPPA ALPHA 
Joe Hegar 

KAPPA SIGMA 
Bill Radetsky 

PHI DELTA THETA 
Jack Albright 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 
Jimmy Ross 




Standing: Ellsworth Peterson. First Row: Bill Glaze, Dawnia Cox, Mary Bert He- 
witt, Sue Carper, Samia Nasir. Second Row: Nancy Hamilton, Rodney^ Roberts, 
Chuck Malesky, Harry Tyrassch, Charles Hall, Rogene O'Donnell. Third Row: 
Barbara Hart, Dr. E. H. Steelman, Claud McLelland, Paul Perry. 

S T U D £ n T C H R I S T I fl H ASSOCIATION 

Faced with the problem of saving their fellows' souls, these campus re- 
ligious leaders find time to stage some of the gayest entertainment of the cam- 
pus. Elected by the student body, the guiding lights of the Student Christian As- 
sociation coordinate the religious life of old S. U. and furnish Christian fellowship 
for town and gown alike. 

OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT 
Ellsworth Peterson 



CAMPUS SERVICE CHAIRMAN 
Charles Hall 



GIRL'S POSTER CHAIRMAN 
Mary Bert Hewitt 



VICE-PRESIDENT 
Claude McLelland 



COMMUNITY SERVICE CHAIRMAN 
Chuck Malesky 



MEGAPHONE PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN 
Barbara Hart 



SECRETARY 
Nancy Hamilton 



DEPUTATIONS CHAIRMAN 
Bill Glaze 



BOY'S CONTACT CHAIRMAN 
Harry Tyrassch 



TREASURER 
Rodney Roberts 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CHAIRMAN 
Samia Nasir 



GIRL'S CONTACT CHAIRMAN 
Dawnia Cox 



SOCIAL CHAIRMAN 
Sue Carper 



BOY'S POSTER CHAIRMAN 
Paul Perry 



SPONSOR 

Dr. E. H. Steelman 



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KAPPA CH 




First Row: Jerry Fuchs, Dawnia Cox, Kathleen Brantley, Louis Sommermeyer. Second Row: Ouida Lovell, Roma John- 
son, Evelyn Bunk, Nancy Williams, Pat Copeland, Barbara Wolfskill, Janet Fagan, Ann Truog, Carol Cavness, Barbara 
Hart, Justine Everett. Third Row: Sally Starnes, Joan Van Dresser, Billy Joe White, Carl Taylor, Carl Garner, Paul 
Perry, Pat Hoke, Judith Prose, Marilyn Miller, Marvin Carson. Fourth Row: Frank Perry, Eugene Baker, Russell Mat- 
thews, Don Small, Charlie Tanner, Charles Rogers, Roy Cox, B. A. Justice, Wayne Boone, George Briggs. Fifth Row: 
Lois Bartlett, Dave Robertson, Jack Feisler, Don Fagan, Charles Shine, Helen Kothman, Calvin Beckendorf, Franklin Sun, 
Jim Phares. Sixth Row: Harry Davis, James Robinson, Gordon Roe, Claude McClellend, Dave Hardy, Bob Peacock 
Don Lilljedahl, Bill Wiemers, Rodney Roberts, Bob Briles, Jack Guinn. 



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OFFICERS 

President Louis Sommermeyer 

Vice-President Chuck Malesky 

Sec.-Treas Kathleen Brantley 

Worship Chairman Walter Langham 

Publicity Chairman Fred Kight 

Social Chairman Dawnia Cox 

Boys' Devotional Jerry Fuchs 

Girls' Devotional Nancy Hamilton 

Faculty Sponsors Mr. Watts, Mr. Hares 



These are the campus zealots, the pious young men 
and women who have dedicated their lives to religious 
service. Their organization, Kappa Chi, is made up of 
preachers, life service students, and religious education 
majors. 



KflPPfl PH 





First Row: Billie Ruth Ross, Hazen Lewis, Margie /.immerman, carmen CJeavenger, Marcia Neuberger, Frances 
Moon, Jackie Salmon, Marilyn Miller, B. J. Holmes, Bert Fox, Janie Striegler. Second Row: Ann Brown, Nancy Wil- 
liams, Sally Starnes, Edithlynn Hendricks, Jackie Fay Doyle, Justine Everett, Jann Wickersham, Ann Wilkinson, Bever- 
ly Sorenson, Betty Alice Huston, Sara Beth Hawkins, Jane Gillett, Mary Ann Springer, Catherine Morgan, Betty Corn. 
Third Row: Shirley Williams, Helen Dodd, Ebbie Dudley, Mada Dorothy McAngus, Peggy Huddleston, Shirley Oliver, 
Pat Hoke, Ann Reeves, Shirley McGowan, Elizabeth Atkins, Judith Prose, Mary Bert Hewitt, Sara Beth King, Minnette 
London. 



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OFFICERS 

President Jackie Salmon 

Vice-President Peggy Huddleston 

Corresponding Secretary Betty Jean Holmes 

Recording Secretary Marcia Neuberger 

Treasurer Sue Holt 

Program Chairman Bert Fox 



Quite an exclusive organization, this. For to be- 
long to it, one must first of all be a woman (this is de- 
signed to keep men out). Secondly, once the sex is es- 
tablished, the aspirant must be a Methodist. This group 
carries the name of Kappa Phi. 



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B. J. Holmes 




Billy Dippel 




WHO'S UIHO » 




Hal Kennedy 




Belva Young 



Sue Carper 



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mong Students In American Colleges and Universities 





Roland Folse 



Hazen Lewis 





Albert Sanders 



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Chuck Malesky 



You are privileged at this time to stare in awe at 
the dignitaries of the campus; those honored students 
who have so distinguished themselves in their part of 
the act as to merit nation-wide recognition. Their names 
will go down among the great, in the 1954 edition of 
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSI- 
TIES. 




Jane Gillett 



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B L U € K € y 



OFFICERS 

President Roland Folse 

Vice-President Billy Dipple 

Recording Secretary Bill Engvall 

Corresponding Secretary Guinn Williams 

Alumni Secretary Chuck Malesky 

Sponsor Dean Berglund 



These men play male leads in the campus 
show. Elected by the members on brains, lead- 
ership, and character, the juniors and seniors 
who dangle the blue key are the recognized cam- 
pus leaders. 



Left to Right: Ellsworth Peterson, Claude McLelland, Albert Sanders, Bobby Lund- 
gren, Bill Engvall, Roland Folse, Guinn Williams, Charles Malesky, Johnny Powell, 
Billy Dippel. 




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cardihal k € y 



President Beverly Dague 

Vice-President Margie Zimmerman 

Secretary Hazen Lewis 

Treasurer Janie Smith 

Historian Jane Gillett 

Reporter Ann Wilkinson 



These women play the female leads in the 
campus show. Elected by the members on 
brains, leadership, and character, the juniors 
and seniors who wear the red key are those who 
lead their sister students around the sawdust 
stage of the Southwestern Circus. 



First Row: Jackie Salmon, Sue Carper. Second Row: Margie Zimmerman, Dean 
Ferguson, Beverly Dague, Hazen Lewis. Third Row: Shirley Davis, Jane Gillett, 
Janie Smith, Ann Wilkinson. 




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First Row: Miss Pearl A. Neas, Mrs. Mary Carolyn Watkins, Sue Syler, Frank Ty- 
son, Frances Aoki, Sue Carper, Mrs. Gus Lundblad, Dr. H. L. Merzbach. Second 
Row: Dr. William C. Finch, Jack Guinn, Guinn Williams, Dr. Ed Steelman, Khalid 
Babaa, Dr. Frank Luksa. Fourth Row: Paul Perry, Hal Kennedy, Mr. M. L. Wil- 
liams, Dr. Carol Burton, and Dr. Frederich Gaupp. 



pi g a m m a mu 



OFFICERS 

President Guinn Williams 

Vice-President Hal Kennedy 

Secretary Sue Syler 

Torch Bearer Paul Perry 

Sentinel Khalid Babaa 



The happy people in the picture above are 
the social scientists of the campus, those who 
know the meaning of the enthnocentrism and 
juvenile delinquency, and by virtue of their 
great knowledge, set out to know and solve the 
social problems of the world and campus. The 
ticket to Pi Gamma Mu costs 20 hours of social 
studies and a grade average of 85 and admis- 
sion is to adults (juniors and seniors) only. 



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ALPHA CH 



First Row: Sue Carper, Marjorie Zimmerman, Beverly Dague. Second Row: Ann 
Truog and Belva Young. Third Row: Kathleen Brantley, Ann Wilkinson, Fred 
Kight, Sue Syler, Marcia Neuberger. Fourth Row: Betty Jean Holmes, Mary Bert 
Hewitt, Roland Folse, Guinn Williams, Ellsworth Peterson, Jane Gillett, and 
Charles Malesky. 



OFFICERS 

President Roland Folse 

Vice-President Fred Kight 

Secretary Guinn Williams 

Sponsors Dr. Claud Howard 

Mrs. Ruth Ferguson 



Pictured above is the largest gathering of 
intellect in the raw ever shown beneath the big 
top. These junior and senior brains have gained 
their admission to this select group by amass- 
ing a grade average of 90 or above. The schol- 
ars of the show, the members of Alpha Chi 
amuse themselves with the intellectual pursuits 
which intellectuals pursue. 



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PI € P S I L n DELTA 



Our camera caught these campus hams in a moment of rest between per- 
formances, for these are the busy dramatists of historic Southwestern. Each 
member must have achieved stage fame in two or three campus productions 
before this greatest of campus drama honors is bestowed upon him. These stage 
struck members of Pi Epsilon Delta, students, are the stars of the shows within 
the show. 



First Row: Barbara Hart, Janie Smith, Ann Dooley, Barbara Keene. Second Row: 
Chuck Malesky, Harry Davis, James Robinson, Mr. Springer. 




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fOfitnsics 




First Row: Janie Smith, Barbara Wolfskill, Ann Dooley, Barbara Keene, Ann 
Truog, Barbara Hart. Second Row: Joe Hegar, Gordon Roe, Don Small, Chuck 
Malesky, James Robinson. Not Pictured: Peggy Huddleston. 



OFFICERS 

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President Ann Dooley 

Vice-President Joe Hegar 

Secretary Barbara Keene 

Reporter Peggy Huddleston 



Shown without their tails and top hat, these 
campus orators are the barkers and speechmak- 
ers of the show. Debaters, reciters, speakers, 
and readers, these aspiring Daniel Websters are 
recognized for their verba I abilities and 
achievements. 



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SIGIHfl PHI ALPHA 



OFFICERS 

President Chuck Malesky 

Vice-President Hal Kennedy 

Secretary Hazen Lewis 



You can't see it in the picture, but these are 
the long-hairs of the show, those whose tastes 
run to classics and culture and stuff. Admission 
to Sigma Phi Alpha takes more than long hair, 
though, as each of these artists has succeeded in 
creating something beautiful while on campus, 
in addition to surviving his first two years with 
an 85 average. 



First Row: Hazen Lewis, Mary Bert Hewitt, Betty McLendon, Ann Dooley, Bobbie 
Walker. Second Row: Margie Zimmerman, Kathleen Brantley, Belva Young, 
Beverly Dague, Roma Johnson, Diana Nasir. Third Row: David Lehmberg, 
Claude McLelland, Fred Kight, Jane Smith, Ellsworth Peterson, Chuck Malesky, 
and George Holcombe. 




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DELTA OUIICfiOll 



OFFICERS 

President Margie Zimmerman 

Vice-President Hazen Lewis 

2nd Vice-President Mary Bert Hewitt 

Secretary Jamye Whatley 

Treasurer Marilyn Miller 

Historian Jo Ann Morse 

Chaplain Barbara Chambers 

Warden Martha Ann Blalock 



Coaxed from the practice rooms only long 
enough for their photo to be snapped, these me- 
lodic misses make up Delta Omicron, a purely 
feminine band of singers, pianists, violinists and 
such, who provide the music for the show. 



First Row: Mary Bert Hewitt, Mary Shirley, Margie Zimmerman, Hazen Lewis, 
Patsy Whitfield, Nancy Wise, Billie Whitfield. Second Row: Mary L. Key, Bar- 
bara Gilchrist, Pat Shirley, Barbara Chambers, Aleida Anne Lambert, Marilyn 
Miller, Nell Donaho. Third Row: Jo Ann Morse, Shirley Davis, Martha Ann Bla- 
lock, Mrs. Douglass, Miss Bowden, Lois Bartlett, Sara Beth Hawkins, Ann Hughes, 
Jamye Whatley, Mary M. Higgins. 




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First Row: Carol Nelson, Louise Belview, B. J. Holmes. Second Row: Helen Koth- 
mann, Chat Wilkinson, Hill Winfrey, Bob Chapman, Jerry Fuchs, George Lewis, 
Charles Perry, Pablo Garcia, Marilyn Peters. 



PRE-(IUDICfU ASSOCIflTIOn 



OFFICERS 

President George Lewis 

Vice-President Charles Anderson 

Secretary-Treasurer B. J. Holmes 

Publicity Bob Chapman 



The sawbones of tomorrow, these members 
of the pill-pushers club represent the Pre-Med 
Society. Little black bags in hand, these future 
physicians care for the sick and wounded of the 
troup, and gather periodically to discuss in- 
cisions and fractures and obstetrics and such. 



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First Row: John Powell, Dorothy Gibbs, Betty Holmes, Mary Halve. Second Row: 
Albert Sanders, Bill Engvall, Sara Hawkins. Third Row: Bob Chapman, Bozo 
Eddins, Peggy Huddleston. Fourth Row: Tom Beaver, Bill Glaze, Bobbie Walker, 
and Jane Gillett. 



science s o c i e t y 



OFFICERS 

President B. J. Holmes 

Vice-Presidents 

Biology— Charles Anderson 
Chemistry— Bill Engvall 
Math— Tom Beaver 
Physics— Albert Sanders 

Secretary-Treasurer Frank Eddins 

Historian George Lewis 

Parliamentarian Bob Chapman 



The smell of formaldehyde doesn't show in 
the picture, but these are the little men who live 
among the test tubes and cadavers and things; 
no doubt they left some great scientific discovery 
boiling on their bunsen burner. Their exclusive 
membership is limited to those with an 85 aver- 
age in their science courses— among other things. 



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SOUTHUICSTERH L€TT€fllHC ll'S (ISSOCIflllOll 



OFFICERS 

President Bill Radetsky 

Vice-President Russell Chaney 

Secretary-Treasurer Jack Ramey 

Sergeant-at-arms Skippy Morse 

Sponsor R. M. Medley 



These are the great big— umph— hairy-chest- 
ed men, the muscles who have lettered in a 
varsity sport. These proud wearers of the 
golden S are the campus athletes, the brawny 
brutes who toss or bat around a little ball to 
the delight of fans, coaches and scholarship- 
givers. 



First Row: Bill Radetsky. Second Row: Larry Freeman, Julian Lyles, Maynard 
Westlake, Don Lilljedahl, Skippy Morse, Raymond Watson. Third Row: Buddy 
Sledge, George W. Thompson, David Dague, Harry Tyrrasch. Fourth Row: By- 
ron Brown, Bobby Moegle, Bill Merritt, Russell Chaney, Randall Burke, Jimmy 
Cardwell. Not Pictured: Jack Ramey, Chuck Malesky, Bob Arnold. 




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First Row: Janice Daniel, Mary Ann Kalmbach, Mrs. Weir. Second Row: Jans 

Chapin, Mary Lou Sisserson, Ann Wilkinson, Ellen Kenny. Third Row: Helena 

Krywoszej, Roma Johnson, Janice Powell, Arden Daniel, Betty Alice Huston. 
Fourth Row: Jackie Salmon, Rosemary Moreland. 



OFFICERS 

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President Mary Lou Sisserson 

Vice-President Betty Alice Huston 

Secretary Jackie Salmon 

Treasurer Janice Daniel 

Reporter Marsha Neuberger 



Called Tom-boys at an earlier age, these 
gifts of the weaker sex to athletics have gained 
the dignified name of PEMS here at old S.U. 
Destined for a career of coaching girls' sports, 
these skirt-clad outdoor lovers combine feminini- 
ty with stamina, and physique with pulchritude. 



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the Hispanic sociuy 



OFFICERS 

President Jody Ketcham 

Vice-President Mary Louise Limmer 

Secretary Ann Wilkinson 

Reporter Frank Tyson 

Sponsor Mr. J. H. McCoy 



Buenos dios amigos! Or something like that 
is the greeting that these laughing learners of 
the Latin American language send along to you. 
Even without their serapes and sombreros, this 
is the Hispanic Society, who strive to learn about 
Spanish culture, traditions, and such; in addition 
to trying to pass their Spanish courses. 



First Row: Nancy Tipton, Mary Curtner, Mary Louise Limmer, Lou Birdwell, and 
Jody Ketcham. Second Row: Patsv Ginn, Frank Tyson, Helen Hair, and Sue Syler. 




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THE G € fl m fl R CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President John Powell 

Vice-President Frances Aoki 

Secretary Bozo Eddins 

Treasurer Barbara Wolfskill 

Reporter Bob Chapman 

Sponsor Mrs. F. W. Lenz 



Sprechen Sie Deutch? These people try, for 
they are members of the German Club, a rare 
privilege, accorded only to those having taken 
German courses. The club here at historic old 
S. U. is a chapter of the Texas Association of 
German Students, we are told, and their inter- 
ests lie in learning about German culture . . . 
and in talking Frau Lenz out of a 90. 



First Row: Jerry Farren, Mrs. Lenz, Evangeline Barrera, Dawnia Cox, Helen Dob- 
bins, and Roger Butler. Second Row: Bill Wiemers, John Powell, Bozo Eddins, 
Malford Hierholzer, Charles Perry, and James Robinson. 




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First Row: Sumie Okaga, Elsie Kaneshiro, Hi Hyun Chai, Samia Nasir, Frances 
Aoki, Emiko Fujimoto. Second Row: Franklin Sun, Jimmy Phares, Khalid Babaa, 
Allen Thrower, AM Babaa, Ellsworth Peterson, Michel Beau jour, George Lewis, 
Joseph Tung. Not Pictured: Bobbie Walder, Diana Nasir, Betty McLendon, Helen 
Krywosjez, Irma Cantu, Thurlene Wood, Paul Garcia, Barbara Gilchrist, and 
Kamal Tarazi. 



OFFICERS 

President Samia Nasir 

Vice-President Michel Beaujour 

Secretary Sumie Okaga 



Making its debut on our campus this year 
is the International Club, international in its 
membership as well as its purpose. Among its 
members are turban and kimona clad repre- 
sentatives from the four corners of the earth. 
Their purpose is to improve international rela- 
tions—future diplomats yet. 



THE HITE«nflTIOnHL CLUB 



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First Row: Harry Peacock, John Powell, and David Robertson. Second Row: 
Charlie Tanner, Don Small, Mrs. Hooper, Louis Sommermeyer, and Paul Perry. 
Not Pictured: Dean Berglund. 



These are the boys who see that the rules are 
enforced over at Mood. They keep the firecrack- 
ers, bombs, and yelling down to a dull roar. 
Many is the time they have been soaked trying 
to end (or enter) a water fight. Luigi Sommer- 
meyer is president of this aggregation. 



THE m D HALL fl D V I S R y C0UHCIL 



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h o m £ economics club 



OFFICERS 

President Pauline Johnson 

First Vice-President Mary Ann Lovell 

Second Vice-President Kay Carlton 

Secretary Marjorie Hilliard 

Treasurer Jane Chapin 

Publicity Sumie Okaga 



There's always been some talk about a MRS. 
degree for these homemaking students who com- 
prise the Home Economics Club, but they really 
didn't come to college to get married, just to 
learn how. With a rolling pin for a badge, and 
a cookbook for a manual, these biscuit bakers 
attempt to learn how to be good homemakers, 
if someone just gives them the chance. 



First Row: Louise Bellview, Nancy Carter, Joyce Pitzer, Tonya Blenis, Elaine Taylor, Hester Mary Zeagler, Margaret 
Nell Foster, Sara Beth King, Shirley McGowan, Barbara Moore. Second Row: Jo Ann Morse, Sara Gilliland, Mary 
Curtner, Kay Carlton, Jo Ann Miller, Bette Powell, Marjann Dunn, Nancy Tipton, Florence Trimble, Ann Reeves, Patsy 
Ginn, Mary Lynn Fall. Third Row: Pauline Johnson, Jane Chapin, Ruth Blasdel, Ginger Wood, Sue Syler, Ebbie Dud- 
ley, Eloise McKinley, Jo Ann Scheppers, De Lois Prescott, Martha Gayle Pecora, Dorothy Foust, Sumie Okaga, Mrs. Du- 
pree. Fourth Row: Charlotte Collins, Jo Striegler, Dena Pulley, Rose Nixon, Marilyn Peters, Joan Paschal, Shirley 
Wiemers, Jeanette Causey, Barbara Coppin, Jann Wickersham, and Marilyn Miller. 




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MB 



GLflfTlflZOnS 




Seated: Mary Lou Sisserson, Miss Pearl Neas, Pauline Johnson, Pat Turney, Ann Wilkinson, Kay Borden, Ida Rader, 
Ann Harris, Jane Gillette, Marcia Neuberger. Second Row: Jann Wickersham, Joan Pascall, Jan Baker, Rose Nixon, 
Jo Striegler, Catherine Morgan, Joyce Pitzer, Charlotte Collins, Jeanette Causey, Barbara Coppin, Dorothy Pyke. 
Third Row: Jamie Edmonson, Arden Daniel, Diane Harkrider, Shirley Wiemers, Helen Kothman, Dena Pulley, Jennifer 
Johnson, Sunne Dale, Bunny Potter, Gladys Wisdom, Beverly Sample, Carmin Cleavenger. 



OFFICERS 

i 
President Kay Borden 

Vice-President Ann Wilkinson 

2nd Vice-President Pat Turney 

Secretary Pauline Johnson 

Treasurer Ann Harris 

Historian Ida Mary Rader 

Sponsor Pearl Neas 

Faculty Representative Ruth Ferguson 



No flat heels and stooped shoulders for these 
gals, they are proud of being taller than their 
boy friends. These are the long ladies who 
make up the Glamazons. Members must meas- 
ure up to the Mood Monument, but if they pass 
this simple test they may join this organization 
for our tall beauties. 



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T H € ITItJOPHOIH 




Aleida Lambert, Dave Lehmberg, Dave Robertson, Belva Young, Jan Baker. 

STAFF We've heard this publication called many 

things, but actually it is the Megaphone, weekly 
Editor Belva Young 

newspaper of Texas' oldest University, and dis- 
Associate Editor David Robertson 

seminator of the vital facts, campuswise. The jov- 
News Editor Jan Baker 

ial journalists pictured here are the members of 
Advertising Manager Londa West 

its staff, those lucky people who must fill it up 
Feature Editor Blanche Meek 

with interesting information— every week. 
Sports Editors Dave Lehmberg 

Julian Lyles 

Sponsor Angus Springer 

Advisor H. L. Bagley 

SB 

w .^*" . 

IT?. . %n 
Itj 

■■--.'• II I 

Belva Young 

... it helps to be crazy. 





Julian Lyles, Londa West, Marcia Neuberger, Mr. Bagley. 



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PI DELTA EPSIL0I1 




Mrs. Ruth Ferguson, Dr. Frederick Gaupp, Mrs. Vera Allen, Hal Kennedy, Belvo 
Young, Curtis Pickens, Blanche Meek, Mr. Hank Bagley, Miss Pearl Neas, and 
David Robertson. 



OFFICERS 

President , . Hal Kennedy 

Vice-President Belva Young 

Secretary Blanche Meek 

Treasurer Curtis Pickens 

Historian Bobby Ford 



Their press cards aren't showing, but these 
are the campus journalists, stopped in the pur- 
suit of news long enough for flash bulbs to flash 
at them for a change. These future newshounds 
make up Pi Delta Epsilon, honorary journalism 
fraternity here on the campus, and publicity de- 
partment for our show. 



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SOUTHUJCSTEftn HlflGflZlflE STAFF 




Mr. Hank Bagley, Thurlene Woods, Curtis Pickens, Eugene Baker, Bobbie Walker, 
and Mary Bert Hewitt. 



STAFF 

Editor Bobbie Walker 

Assistant Editor Curtis Pickens 

Art Editor Thurlene Wood 

Feature Editor Gene Baker 

Assistants Bill Glaze, George Lewis, 

Mary Bert Hewitt, Pat Horn 

Advertising Manager Londa West 

Faculty Sponsor Mr. Bagley 

Business Manager Mr. Berquist 

Photography John Sherwood 



Complete with nice jokes, literary master- 
pieces, and art? work, this periodical is af- 
fectionately (by some) called the Southwestern 
Magazine. Ultra - dependable on publication 
days, this magazine is not one to be tossed 
casually away, but one to lie around the house 
for months— it takes that long to understand the 
poetry. The smiling countenances above are 
those of its staff. 



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THE SOU'WESTER 




STAFF 

Editor Guinn Williams 

Assistant Editor Phyllis Trimble 

Art Editors Skippy Morse 

Bill Engvall 

Copy Editors Hal Kennedy 

Blitz Griffin 

Photography Editor Bill Radetsky 

Sports Editor Julian Lyles 

Organization Editor George Lewis 

Layout Editor Lou Birdwell 

Secretary Bert Fox 

Photographers Art Whitney 

Carl Berquist 

Business Manager Londa West 

Sponsor Mr. Valone 



Noted for misplaced names 
and fuzzy photographs, this 
monumental tomb is the "richly 
illustrated and handsomely 
bound yearbook" described in 
the catalog. In it somewhere 
you will probably find your pic- 
ture, if you can recognize it. 
Those pictured above are the 
weary workers who have stayed 
up nights all year, but missed 
their deadlines anyhow, to pre- 
sent this creation to you. 



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women's n d v i s -o n y council. 




Seated: Janice Powell, Kay Borden, Sue Carper, Beverly Dague, Bobbie Walker. 
Standing: Jane Gillett and Ann Wilkinson. 

women's pnnHaunic 

Seated: Carol Embry, Marcia Neuberger, Ann Wilkinson, Jane Gillett, Janice 
Powell. Standing: Sue Carper, Mary Ann Lovell, Rosemary Moreland, Julia Berg- 
lund, and Kay Borden. 




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oHfifynyin councu 




First Row: Mary Ann Lovell. Second Row: Rosemary Moreland, Ann Wilkinson, Marcia Neuberger, Carol Embry, 
Donna Saxe, Sue Carper. Third Row: Russell Chaney, Tommy Bentley, Janice Powell, Kay Borden, Guinn Williams, 
Jane Gillett. Fourth Row: Bobby Lundgren, Albert McCullin, and Jimmy Cardwell. 

mens p n n h £ l-l e n i c 

Jimmy Cardwell, Russell Chaney, Albert McCullin, Tommy Bentley, Guinn Wil- 
liams, Bobby Lundgren. 




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INITIATES: First Row: Dudley Bell, Julia Berglund, Janie Bingham, Martha Anne Blalock, Kay Carlton, Jane 
Chapin, Pat Copeland, Margie Cox. Second Row: Beverly Dague, Helen Hair, Sue Hervey, Mary Lou Jackson, 
Jennifer Johnson, Pauline Johnson, Jody Ketcham, Hazen Lewis. Third Row: Mary Louise Limmer, Billie Ruth 
Ross, Donna Saxe, Jane Striegler, Phyllis Trimble, Betty Jane Wilder. PLEDGES: Lou Birdwell, Cookie Braskamp. 
Fourth Row: Charlotte Collins, Nell Donaho, Ebbie Dudley, Rose Nixon, Martha Gayle Pecora, Marilyn Peters, De- 
Lois Prescott, Dena Pulley. Fifth Row: Sally Starnes, Carol Stokes, Jo Striegler, Florence Trimble, Joan Van Dres- 
sar, Nancy Williams, Justine Johnson. 

OFFICERS 

^^^^ President . . ., Jane Gillett 

^\. ^m. I 1 Vice-President Janey Smith 

MBA ^^J^ ■ I Corresponding Secretary Sue Syler 

Recording Secretary Nancy Hamilton 

Treasurer Betty Jean Holmes yV u 





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INITIATES: Arden Daniel, Marjann Dunn, Carol Embry, Marilyn Ford, Dianne Harkrider, Marjorie Hilliard, Pat 
McGregor, Eloise McKinley. Second Row: JoAnne Miller, Erma Lee Smith, Audrey Thompson, Nancy Tipton, 
Londa Jean West, Ginger Wood, Belva Young. PLEDGES: Jan Baker. Third Row: Benalyn Cloudt, Mary Lynn 
Fall, Anne Green, Ann Hughes, Patsy Jo Mires, Joan Paschal, Bette Powell, Joann Schepers. Fourth Row: Frances 
Snoad, Peggy Trout, Billie Whitfield, Patsy Whitfield, Nancy Wise. Not Pictured: Shirley Lehmberg. 



AAA 



OFFICERS 

President Kay Borden 

Vice-President Carol Ann Harter 

Recording Secretary Catherine Morgan 

Corresponding Secretary Janice Daniel 

Treasurer Jamie Edmonson 





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INITIATES: Carmen Cleavenger, Helen Dobbins, Sue Holt, Peggy Huddelston, Mary Ann Kalmbach, Ellen Kenny, 
Marilyn Miller. Second Row: Gerry Morgan, Marcia Neuberger, Mary Ann Springer. PLEDGES: Elizabeth At- 
kins, Shirley Blackmore, Marilyn Colegrove, Jean Dernehl. Third Row: Jackie Faye Doyle, Dorothy Faust, Pat 
Hoke, Helen Kothmann, Aleida Lambert, Mada McAngus, Peggy Pryor. Fourth Row: Dorothy Pyke, Eleanor 
Sparks, Ann Thomas, and Shirley Wiemers. Not Pictured: Dixie Gordon and Shirley Klutz. 



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OFFICERS 

President Ann Wilkinson 

Vice-President Jeanette Causey 

Recording Secretary Bettye Ann Davis 

Corresponding Secretary . . Margie Zimmerman 
Treasurer Jann Wickersham 





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INITIATES: Ann Dooley, Dawnia Cox, Carmen Crozier, Jo Crook, Helen Dodd, 
Bert Fox, Ann Harris. Second Row: Pat Horn, Jo Ann Long Morse, Barbara Wolf- 
skill, Maridel Youngblood. PLEDGES: Barbara Coppin, Beth Ellis, Carolyn John- 
son. Third Row: Mary Louise Key, Janet Fagan, Genny Linnens, Sue Love, Bunny 
Potter, Cynthia Robichaux, Beverly Sample, and Mary Shirley. Not Pictured: Bar- 
bara Chambers, Mary Halve, and Barbara Keene. 



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OFFICERS 

President Janice Powell 

Vice-President Mary Bert Hewitt 

(not pictured) 

Secretary Pat Shirley 

Treasurer Betty Alice Huston 

Rush Chairman Rosemary Moreland 







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INITIATES: Mary Marshall Higgins, Merilyn McNeill, Elaine Taylor, Pat Turney, 
Mary Carolyn Watkins, Hester Mary Zeagler. PLEDGES: Louise Bellview, Tonya 
Blenis, Nancy Carter, Shirley Chewning, Mary Curtner, Ruth Edgar, Margaret Nell 
Foster, Ann Reeves, Sarah Gilliland, Patsy Ginn, Merabeth Howland, Sara Beth 
King, Minnette London, Shirley McGowan, Joyce Pitzer, Shirley Williams, and 
Gladys Wisdom. 



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OFFICERS 

President Sue Carper 

Vice-President Mary Lou Sisserson 

Secretary Shirley Oliver 

Treasurer Beverly Sorenson 

Rush Chairman Mary Ann Lovell 




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First Row: Khalid Babaa, Evangeline Barrera, Calvin Beckendorf, Lois Bartlett, Kathleen Brantley, George Briggs, 
and Ann Brown. Second Row: Evalyn Bunk, Don Carper, Marvin Carson, Carol Caveness, Hi Hyun Chai, Dar- 
lene Cobble, and Betty Corn. Third Row: David Dague, Harry Davis, Justine Everett, Emiko Fujumoto, Andy 
Fowler, Carl Garner, Carl Gattis. Fourth Row: Barbara Gilchrist, Keith Grigsby, Jack Guinn, Marcella Jo Hamff, 
David Hardy, Lucienne Harrison, and Barbara Hart. Fifth Row: Terry Hendrix, Pat Hester, Dick Jackson, Bob 
Johnson, Roma Johnson, Elsie Kaneshiro, and Walter Langham. 



ymyfji OFiGflnizflTion 



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First Row: George Lewis, Ouida Lovell, Betty McLendon, Blanche Meek, Francis Moon, Samia Nasir, and Sumie 
Okaga. Second Row: Bob Parker, Harry Peacock, Jimmy Phares, Judith Prose, James Robinson, Ida Mary Ra- 
der, and Charles Rogers. Third Row: Loyda Rodriguez, Jackie Salmon, Buddy Sledge, Frank Sun, Charles Tan- 
ner, Carl Taylor, and Allen Thrower. Fourth Row: Lynn Tilden, Harry Tyrrasch, John Vardiman, Jamye What- 
ley, Art Whitney, Don Willis, and Erlyta Wilson. Not Pictured: Edna Allen, Bob Briles, Irma Cantu, Jean Cum- 
mins, Jack Fiesler, Chuck Malesky, Dan Rodriguez, Steve Roderiguez, Don Small, John Sherwood. 




OFFICERS: Not Pictured: Bobbie Walker, Vice-President. 

President— Claude McClelland, Prog. Chm.— Blitz Griffin and Gordon Roe, 
Secretary-Treasurer— Ann Truogg, General Planning Chairman— Paul Perry, 
Publicity Chm.— Roy Cox and Thurlene Wood. 



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IHISS mtRflBETH H 111 L n n D 



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KAPPA ALPHA ROSE 




First Row: Rieves Anderson, Jack Barcus, Billy Dippel, Larry Korts, Courtney Good- 
man. Second Row: Don Shamblin, Don Schuhmann, Al Worthy, Mac Rhodes, Buz 
Lyons. 



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OFFICERS 

President Russell Chaney 

Vice-President Bart Hopkins 

Secretary Ken Garrett 

i (Not pictured) 

Treasurer John Brigman 






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KAPPA SIGMA DREAM GIRL 



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OFFICERS 

President Guinn Williams 

Vice-President Albert Sanders 

Master of Ceremonies Skippy Morse 

Secretary Bill Engvall 

Treasurer Bill Radetsky 




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C. Alden C. Anderson J. Cardwell 

President 






J. Powell 
Vice-Pres 



G. Brack 



A. Briggs 





F. Eddins 



R. Folse 






J. Albright 
Sec. 




R. Roberts 
Treas. 



B. Ford 





J. Fuchs 




B. Glaze 



D. Lilljedahl 



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A. McCullin 



M. Hierholzer G. Holcombe 







F. Kight 




D. Lehmberg 



D. Marrs 



B. Peacock 



E. Peterson D. Robertson 



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R. Stephens G. Thompson 




C. Shine 



B. Thurston 




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First Row: Ben Appleby, Eugene Baker, Byron Brown, Harold Chafin, Charles Dayton, Paul Garcia. Sec- 
ond Row: Frank Perry, Curtis Pickens, Lloyd Tittle, Joe Watterson, Kenneth Brown, Randall Burke. Third 
Row: Jackie Churchill, Pat Craddock, Charles Hall, Allen Munson, Rogene O'Donnell, Charles Perry. Fourth 
Row: Victor Piatt, Jimmy Ross, Jesse Scoggins, Jerry Smith, Lewis Sommermeyer, Bill Wiemers. Fifth Row: 
Frank Womack, Bennie Zermeno, Bill Polk, Harry McBri.de, Bobby Lundgren. Not Pictured: Irvin Alexan- 
der, Earl Diltz, Sam Sullivan. 



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OFFICERS 


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President 




Forrest Eisenrich 




Vice-President 




.... Bob Arnold 
(Not pictured) 




Treasurer 






Tommy Bentley 





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Acutiet cuut fantiemeal 



Not all is whipped cream on top nor the aerialist who soars so gracefully 
through the air, nor yet the tinseled props that shed their myriad shafts of light. 
There is that which must be behind those out in front. No show could ever be 
presented were it not for the stage hands, the roustabouts, and those often un- 
sung heroes who make the stage play possible. It gives us great pleasure to 
introduce our "Roustabouts" that make it possible for us to star in the Show of 
Shows. 



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DR. JOHN VERNON BERGLUND 
Dean of Men 




DR. HENRY EDWIN MEYER 
Dean of the School of Fine Arts 





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DR. OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 




RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON 
Dean of Women 



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DR. WILLIAM C. FINCH 
President 





DR. I. J. McCOOK 
Business Manager 



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HOWARD A. LONG 
Director of Admissions 



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DIVmOll Of HUOlflOITIfS 



HENRY LUTHER BAGLEY 
Assistant Professor of English 
and Journalism 



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CLAUD HOWARD 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of English and Journal- 
ism; Chairman of the Division of 
Humanities. 




JAY HAMILTON McCOY 
Professor of Foreign Languages 




Division of HumnniTics 




EDMUND HOWARD STEELMAN 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Bishop Seth Ward 
Chair of Bible, University Chap- 
lain. 



JAMES CLARK HARES 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of Re- 
ligious Education. 




JOHN VERNON BERGLUND 
Associate Professor of Religion 
and Church History; Dean of 
Men. 



HARVEY DAVID WATTS 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of Re- 
ligion and Church History. 



ROLAND ANGUS SPRINGER 
Associate Professor and Head of 
the Department of Speech and 
Drama. 



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Division of social sciences 




WILLIAM HOLLIS BURTON 
Associate Professor and Acting Head of 
the Department of Education. 




JUDSON SAMUEL CUSTER 
Assistant Professor of Education 




LUDWIG HERMAN MERZBACH 
Assistant Professor of Business 
Administration and Economics. 



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LUTHER JACOB WAGGONER 
Associate Professor of History and 
Church History. 



FREDERICK ERNEST GAUPP 
Associate Professor of History 
and Government. 



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Division Of SOCIAL 
S C I € n C € s 



GEORGE C. HESTER 
Professor and Head of the Department 
of History and Government; Chairman 
of the Division of Social Sciences. 




OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 
Professor and head of the Department 
of Psychology. 



Division Of SOCIAL 

s c r £ n c € s 





ESTHER MESSICK WIER 
Instructor in Physical Education 



RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY 
Associate Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Physical Education and 
Physical Training. 



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IRENE WHITESIDE DEUPREE 
Associate Professor and Acting Head of 
the Department of Home Economics. 



FRANK EDWARD LUKSA 
Associate Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Sociology. 



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Division of nflTOfiflL sciences 



MARY ELIZABETH WILCOX 
Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Chemistry. 




EB CARL GIRVIN 
Professor and Acting Head of 
the Department of Biology. 





SHERMAN D. LESESNE 
Acting Professor and Head of 
the Department of Chemistry; 
Chairman of the Division of 
Natural and Applied Sciences. 



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JOHN CAMPBELL GODBEY 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Chemistry; Chair- 
man of the Division of Nat-, 
ural and Applied Sciences. 



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BOB MARION BROWN 
Acting Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of 
Physics. 



THE SCHOOL Of fjflf ARTS 



JAMES FLOYD VALONE, JR. 
Acting Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the Department 
of Art. 






HENRY EDWIN MEYER 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Piano and Organ. 



CARL OSCAR BERGQUIST 
Instructor in Art, Executive Sec- 
retary of the Ex-Students' Associ- 
tion. 





IOLA BOWDEN 
Assistant Professor of Piano and Music Theory. 



RALPH WOOD JONES 
Director of the Band and Orches- 
tra; Associate Professor and 
Head of the Department of 
Woodwind, Brass, and Percus- 
sion Instruments. 



THOMAS CLAIRE DOUGLASS 
Acting Associate Professor and Acting Head of 
the Department of String Instruments. 



WENDALL LINCOLN OSBORN 
Acting Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the Department 
of Voice. 



JOHN DAVID RICHARDS 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Music Education; Di- 
rector of Southwestern Universi- 
ty Choruses. 



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JOE WALTER DAVIS 
Auditor 



MARGEURITE DOLAN 
Secretary to the Business Manager 




LOUISE ISCHY RADER 
Cashier 

ILSE PARTOS GAUPP 

Assistant Librarian and Director 

of the Bindery 




SUSAN NILES EMERSON 
Assistant to the Registrar 



CATHERINE SCORE 
Cataloguer 






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MARGARET TERRY WILLIAMS 

Associate Matron 

Laura Kuykendall Hall 



JULIA MclNTYRE 

Associate Matron 

Laura Kuykendall Hall 



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ARMANDA HOOPER 
Matron Mood Hall 

ALLA RAE REED 

Dietitian and Supervisor of 

The University Commons 



LYDIA L. RIEKE, R. N. 
University Nurse 



MR. S. T. BURRUS 
Campus Engineer 





Dr. Sultan Ahmad Tremazi, Assistant Oil Technologist of Punjab Agri- 
cultural College at Lyallpur, arrived at Southwestern in September and 
spent ihe fall and spring months in teaching and research in the univer- 
sity's chemistry department. He received the master of science degree in 
chemistry in spring commencement after submitting his thesis on "A Sur- 
vey of Cottonseed Processing Industry in Texas." Dr. Tremazi's research 
papers on oil seeds experiments are being published by the Texas Academy 
of Science and the Journal of Chemical Education in Washington, D.C. He 
was a featured speaker before the physical sciences section of the Texas 
Academy of Science at Galveston on December 5, 1953, reading his paper 
on "The Oil Content of the Seeds of Toria." According to Dr. W. C. Finch, 
"Tremazi's work on our campus has been of real profit to Southwstern's 
department of science, to agriculture and industry in Texas, and will assist 
his further research on his return to Pakistan." 



Dr. Sultan Ahmad Tremazi 
Fellow in Chemistry 




THE K I T C H € n STAFF 










First Row: Judge W. H. Atwell, Dr. C. C. Cody, Jr., Mrs. Alma Thomas, Mr. E. B. 
Germany, Bishop A. F. Smith. Second Row: Rev. Walter Willis, Mr. Herman 
Brown, Rev. E. A. Hunter, Mr. R. H. Nichols, Mr. E. L. Kurth. Third Row: Mr. 
Charles Heyne, Rev. G. F. Jones, Mr. C. N. Prothro, Dr. C. P. Yeager, Rev. H. B. 
Lloyd, Rev. C. H. Sisserson. Fourth Row: Rev. Edmund Heinsohn, Dr. O. A. Ull- 
rich, Dr. I. J. McCook, Rev. W. C. Finch, Mr. H. L. Egger. 



THE BOARD Of TRUSTEES 



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Behold the man on the flying trapeze! Behold the man riding bareback.- Behold the acrobat 
as he dazzles one and all with his feats of strength, dexterity and finesse. Behold, if you please, the 
athlete of our Show of Shows who, as he gazes about over the universe, is the recognized master of 
all he surveys, be it animal, vegetable, or mineral, be the sport basketball, baseball, or tennis, either 
professional or amateur. 




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97 




COACH R. M. MEDLEY . . . Director of Athletics; 
Associate Professor and Head of the Department 
of Physical Education and Physical Training and 
Head Basketball and Baseball Coach. 



Hum sfflson record 



Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 
Pirates 



72 San Marcos A. F. Base 

59 Fort Hood 

62 St. Mary's University* 

45 Lamar Tech 



62 
48 
54 
54 



54 St. Edward's University* 67 

70 Pan American College 62 

61 Pan American College 52 

64 Lamar Tech 79 

57 Texas Lutheran College* 51 

80 San Marcos A. F. Base 71 

85 

84 

87 

57 

60 

70 

51 

71 

69 

72 



98 



73 Austin College 

72 East Texas Baptist* 

70 St. Mary's University* . . 

63 Texas A&l 

79 Texas A&l 

59 Texas Wesleyan College* 

61 Texas Lutheran College* 

65 East Texas Baptist* . . . . 

49 Texas Wesleyan College" 

57 St. Edward's University* . 

* Conference Game 




99 





Charles Anderson— 6'1", Sophomore, Forward. 
First year of varsity ball. Lettered two years at 
Brackenridge High School in San Antonio. 



Bob Arnold— 6'4", Twenty-four-year-old junior. 
Center. Lettered two years at Allen Academy; 
one year at Southwestern. 





Royce Boren— 5'8", Guard. First year of basket- 
ball at Southwestern. Lettered at Belton High 
School. Twenty-year-old junior. 



Byron Brown— 6'2", Forward. Twenty-one-year- 
old senior from Jewett, Texas. Lettered two 
years at Lon Morris and one year at South- 
western. 



100 




Hank Carter— 6'2", Forward. Freshman from 
Marlin, Texas. Lettered two years while at Mar- 
line High School. Eighteen years old. 




Jackie Churchill-5'9", Guard. Eighteen-year-old 
Freshman from Smithville, Texas. Two-year let- 
terman while in high school. 




Larry Freeman-5'11", Guard. Lettered two 
years at Daniel Baker and one year at South- 
western. Twenty-one-year-old senior from Dal- 
las. 




Bob Johnson— 5'1 0", Forward. Freshman from 
Round Rock, Texas. Lettered three years in high 
school. Nineteen years old. 



101 




Julian Lyles— 5'1 1", Guard. Twenty-year-old 
squadman from last year. Lettered at Austin 
High. Sophomore. 




Bill Merritt— 6'2", Forward. Twenty-year-old 
junior from Waco, Texas. Lettered his freshman 
year at Baylor. Lettered last year at S. U. 




Bob Moegle— 6'3", Forward. Senior from Taylor, 
Texas. Lettered two years at Blinn Jr. College 
and one year at Southwestern. Twenty years 
old. 










Joe San Miguel-5'1 1", Guard. Lettered one 
year at Temple Jr. College. Nineteen-year-old 
sophomore from Temple, Texas. 



102 





Buddy Sledge— 6', Guard. Twenty-year-old 
junior from Brownsville, Texas. Lettered one 
year at Paris Jr. College and last year at S.U. 



Travis Scoggins— 6'6", Center. Lettered in bas- 
ketball at Smithville High School. Nineteen-year- 
old Freshman. 





Maynard Westlake— 6', Guard. Twenty-year-old 
junior from Temple, Texas. Lettered two years 
at Temple Jr. College and last year at S. U. 



Don Willis— 6'6", Center. Freshman from Port 
Arthur, Texas. Nineteen years old. 



103 



THE PIRATE BASKETBALL SQUAD 







Kneeling: Bob Johnson, Larry Freeman, Joe San Miguel, Royce Boren, Jackie 
Churchill, Jutes Lyles, Maynard Westlake, Buddy Sledge. Standing: Scrooge 
Scoggins, Bob Arnold, Bobby Jim Moegle, Byron Brown, Charlie Anderson, Bill 
Merritt, Hank Carter, Don Willis. 



104 



CH€£RL€flD£fiS 



Buddy Ross, Merabeth Howland, Russel 
Mathews, Ann Truog. 



Tennis Hum 



Dick Jackson, Harry Tyrrasch, Roy Cox, 
Paul Pope, Goss Yeager, Jimmy Card- 
well, and David Dague. Not Pictured: 
Chuck Malesky. 





105 



OTROHIUUL fOOTBOLL CO-CHflUlPS 




KAPPA SIGMA 

First Row: Buddy Ross, Sam Baker, Paul Pope, Chat Wilkenson, Jutes Lyles. 
Second Row: Bill Engvall, Guinn Williams, Bob Moegle, Bob Tulloch, Maynard 
Westlake. Third Row: Royce Borers, Bill Hays, Hill Winfrey, Joe San Miguel. 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 

First Row: Jack Churchill, Dilly Burke, Sam Sullivan, Irvin Alexander, Frank Wo- 
mack, Charles Hall. Second Row: Jim Ross, Charles Perry, Travis Scoggins, Lloyd 
Tittle, Curtis Pickens, Forrest Eisenrich, Charles Diltz. 







RTRflmURflL fOOTBflU 




TRI-CHAMPIONS 

PHI DELTA THETA 
Standing: 

S. Hoffpauir 
R. Roberts 
J. Cardwell 
D. Fagin 

A. Fogle 

R. Matthews 

B. A. Justice 

C. Shine 

Seated: 

D. Lehmberg 
M. Hierholzer 
J. Powell 

R. Watson 
G. Brack 
W. Boone 



Independents versus K.A.'s 



Phis versus Sigs 



ALL-INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL TEAM 

Center— Tommy Bentley— Pi Kappa 
Alpha 

Guards— Don Shamblin— Kappa Alpha 
Jerry Fuchs— Phi Delta Theta 

Ends— Bob Tulloch— Kappa Sigma 

Buddy Sledge— Independents 

Backs— Bobby Moegle— Kappa Sigma 
Bill Merritt— Kappa Sigma 
Jackie Churchill — Pi Kappa 

Alpha 
Jim Cardwell— Phi Delta Theta 




HIE ITS KITRflHIURflL BASKETBALL CHflfllPS 




PHI DELTA THETA 

First Row: John Powell, Bozo Eddins, David Lehmberg. Second Row: Roland 
Folse, Rodney Roberts, Don Lilljedahl, Bill Harlowe. Not Pictured: Jim Cardwell, 
Bill Glaze, Reagen Coe, and Coach Bobby Ford. 



flLL-IOIRfllHUfiflL BASKETBALL 





FIRST TEAM 








SECOND TEAM 




Forwards — 


Don Lilljedahl 




Phis 


Forwards — 


Bob Tulloch 


Sigs 




Bill Engvall 




Sigs 




George Holcombe 


Phis 




Russell Chaney 




K.A.'s 


Center — 


Guinn Williams 


Sigs 


Center — 


Reagan Coe 




Phis 


Guards — 


Bill Radetsky 


Sigs 


Guards — 


Dilly Burke 


Pi 


K As 




Skippy Morse 


Sigs 




Sam Sullivan 


P - 


K A's 




Bozo Eddins 


Phis 



108 



LU m € n ' S lilTRfldlUfiflL SPORTS 



DELTA ZETAS 

VOLLEYBALL AND TRI-BASKETBALL 

CHAMPS 

First Row: Shirley Blackmore, Pat 
Hoke, Mary Ann Kalmbach, Helen 
Dobbins, Sue Holt. Second Row: Peg- 
gy Huddleston, Marilyn Colegrove, 
Dorothy Pike, Shirley Weimers, Helen 
Kothman, Ann Wilkinson, Eleanor 
Sparks. 





DELTA DELTA DELTA 
TRI-BASKETBALL CHAMPS 

First Row: Eloise McKinley, Audrey 
Thompson, Benalyn Cloudt. Second 
Row: Jan Baker, Arden Daniels, Jan- 
ice Daniels. 



INDEPENDENTS 
TRI-BASKETBALL CHAMPS 

First Row: Ann Truog, Carol Cavness, 
Jackie Salmon, Barbara Moore, Sa- 
mia Nasir. Second Row: Edna Allen, 
Shirley Davis, Marcella Hamff, Bar- 
bara Hart, Helen Krywoszej. 











109 



PIRATE BRSCBHLL ((• 






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First Row: Charlie Rodgers, Marvin Carson, Wayne Boone, Keith Grigsby, Dilly 
Burke, Bill Radetsky. Second Row: Larry Freeman, Raymond Watson, Russell 
Matthews, Jack Herman, Bill Polk, Royce Boren, Jackie Churchill, Joe San Miguel. 
Third Row: Charles Shine, Bobby Johnson, Jack Ramey, Bill Merritt, Travis Scog- 
gins, Bobby Moegle, Russell Chaney, Bob Parker. 



110 



■H 



■M 




WAYNE BOONE 
Shortstop 

Refugio 




ROYCE BOREN 
Second Base 

Belton 





MARVIN CARSON 
Catcher 

San Benito 



JACKIE CHURCHILL 
Shortstop 

Smithville 



111 



LARRY FREEMAN 
Left field 

Dallas 

KEITH GRIGSBY 
Pitcher 

Bartlett 



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:; 




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JUTES LYLES 
Third base 

Austin 






JACK HERMAN 
Pitcher 

Dallas 



BOB JOHNSON 
Pitcher 

Round Rock 





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RUSSELL MATTHEW 
Left field 

Galena Park 



112 






BILL MERRITT 
Center field 

Waco 

BOBBY MOEGLE 
Pitcher 
Taylor 



BILL POLK 
Third base 

Bartlett 




BOB PARKER 
Pitcher 

Corpus Christi 



BILL RADETSKY 
Catcher 

San Antonio 





JACK RAMEY 
Pitcher 

Sulphur Springs 



113 




■ 

CHARLIE ROGERS 
Right field 

San Antonio 





JOE SAN MIGUEL 
Pitcher 

Temple 




RAYMOND WATSON 
Catcher 

Tomball 



TRAVIS SCOGGINS 
First base 

Smithville 




CHARLES SHINE 
Center field 

Beaumont 



BLITZ GRIFFIN 
Manager 

Robstown 



114 




115 



sdjutiet <utd tyeKtle>me*t,! 



The world is ever with us and so is the beautiful. No show could exist for long without 
something of the beautiful. For this presentation, Ladies and Gentlemen, we have again 
combed the four corners of the earth to discover and present to you the most beautiful creatures 
of God's creation. These ladies are of such ethereal beauty as to preclude there ever appearing 
anyone, either past, present, or in the future who could successfully rival their enshrined come- 
liness. Behold, if you please, the most beautiful women in the world! 




116 




AW/ DON'T BE SUCH A PARTY POOPER ! 



117 




Uliss Hazen Lewis 



MISS SOUTHWESTERN 



118 



Illiss Jane Gillett 





(Diss Beverly Dague 



NOMINEES FOR 



120 




ITIiss Jackie Salmon 



flliss Janie Smith 




MISS SOUTHWESTERN 





121 




[Diss Charlotte Collins 



ALL SCHOOL BEAUTY 



123 




AAn 

B € fl.U t y 



IDiss Jane Gillett 




124 



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AAA 

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(Hiss Joan Pascha 



125 




AZ 

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miss Eleanor Sparks 



126 




INDEPENDENT 

B £ fl u t y 





(Hiss Helen Kryuioszej 



127 





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miss Bunny Potter 




128 



ZTA 

B € fl U T y 





IHiss diary Alice C urtner 



129 




INDEPENDENTS: Helen Krywoszej, Frances Vogelsang, Terry Hendrix. Not Pictured: 
Irma Cantu. 




PHI ML): Mary Shirley, Bunny Potter, Janet Fagan, Cynthia Robichaux. 




130 



ZETA TAU ALPHA: Mary Curtner, Elaine Taylor, Gladys Wisdom, Nancy Carter. 




ALPHA DELTA PI: Hazen Lewis, Jo Ann Striegler, Jane Gillett, Charlotte Collins. 




DELTA DELTA DELTA: Carol Embry, Joan Paschall, Diane Harkrider, Mary Lynn 
Falls. 




DELTA ZETA: Eleanor Sparks, Shirley Blackmore, Shirley Wiemers, Mary Ann 
Kalmbach. 



Nom i nees 



THE Z £ T fl TflU ALPHA SOROfilTy 







Nancy Carter 



Gladys Wisdom 




T H € inD£P€nD€nT OAGAAIZATIOn 



Terry Hendrix 




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Frances Vogelsang 



Not pictured: Irma Cantu 




132 



THE PHI [fill SOfiORITy 




Mary Shirley 





Cynthia Robichaux 



THE ALPHA DELTA PI SOfiORITy 




133 



Nominees 



T H € DELTA ZETA SOfiOfilTy 




Mary Ann Kalmbach 



/*2*% 



134 




Mary Lynn Fall 



T.H € 

DELTA DELTA DELTA 
S R R I t y 



Not pictured: Carol Embry 



Dianne Harkrider 



MISS GLAMAZON 



miss Catherine morgan 




INDEPENDENT SWEETHEART 



flliss Ann Truog 




*&acCCe4, cutd fe*ttUvH&«,l 



A word of explanation. This show is too huge, too super cosmic, too utterly gigantic in 
all its manifest colossalness to be presented in one act. To do so would be to confuse the con- 
glomerated brains of all the bards from Shakespeare to Thornton Wilder of "Our Town" fame. 
They would utterly fail in their attempt to present this show on one stage, in one ring. Thus, we 
have divided it up into three glorious rings which we now unveil for your pleasure. 




136 




A NICKEL FOR PEANUTS OR 
ELSE, 64LDX! 




137 





B. A. JUSTICE-Vice-President SALLY STARNES-Secretary 

ffifSHUlfln CLASS OfflCHS 



STEVE HOFFPAUIR-President 




CLfiSS 

fifiy 



138 



EDNA ALLEN 
Bellaire, Texas 

ELIZABETH ATKINS 
Odessa, Texas 




JACK BARCUS 
Sherman, Texas 



SHIRLEY BLACKMORE 
Georgetown, Texas 

TONYA BLENIS 
San Antonio, Texas 



Of 

seven 




EVANGELINE BARRERA 
Round Rock, Texas 

LOIS JANE BARTLETT 
San Antonio, Texas 



LOUISE BELLVIEW 
Texas City, Texas 

LOU BIRDWELL 
Beaumont, Texas 




ROLLIE BLONDEAU 
McAllen, Texas 

WAYNE BOONE 
Refugio, Texas 




MARILYN COLEGROVE 
Lake Jackson, Texas 



CHARLOTTE COLLINS 
Cameron, Texas 

JOE CONNALLY 
San Angelo, Texas 



PAT CRADDOCK 
Navasota, Texas 

JO CROOK 
Waco, Texas 




MARY ALICE CURTNER 
Houston, Texas 

SUNNE DALE 
Houston, Texas 



JEAN DERNEHL 
Texas City, Texas 




NELL DONAHO 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



1 




CLASS 

f i ft y 




Of 

seven 



ELIZABEL BRASKAMP 
Mission, Texas 

ANN BROWN 
Stockdale, Texas 

KENNETH BROWN 
Lockhart, Texas 




ROGER BUTLER 
Robstown, Texas 



DICK CHAPMAN 
San Antonio, Texas 

SHIRLEY CHEWNING 
Amarillo, Texas 



MARVIN CARSON 
San Benito, Texas 

HENRY RAY CARTER 
Marlin, Texas 




NANCY KEITH CARTER 
Houston, Texas 

CAROL CAVNESS 
Austin, Texas 



JACKIE CHURCHILL 
Smithville, Texas 

BENALYN CLOUDT 
Rocksprings, Texas 





JACKIE FAY DOYLE 
Fort Worth, Texas 

EBBIE DUDLEY 
Groveton, Texas 



DON FAGIN 
Dallas, Texas 

MARY LYNN FALL 
McGregor, Texas 



JERRY DON FARREN 
Roanoke, Texas 



ALTON FOGLE 
Killeen, Texas 



MARGARET FOSTER 
Uvalde, Texas 




FREDDY FREEMAN 
Lake Jackson, Texas 





DOROTHY FOUST 
Georgetown, Texas 

ANDY FOWLER 
Killeen, Texas 



CLASS 
flfTU 



CARL GARNER 
Port Arthur, Texas 

CARL GATTIS 
Georgetown, Texas 

BARBARA GILCHRIST 
Houston, Texas 




SARAH LEE GILLILAND 
San Antonio, Texas 

PATSY GINN 
Houston, Texas 



KEITH GRIGSBY 
Bartlett, Texas 



MARCELLA JO HAMFF 
Giddings, Texas 




DAVID HARDY 
Austin, Texas 



BILL HARLOWE 
Killeen, Texas 



LUCIEN HARRISON 
San Juan, Texas 



EDITHLYN HENDRICKS 
Eden, Texas 

TERRY HENDRIX 
Teague, Texas 





CAROLYN SUE HERVEY 
Houston, Texas 

PAT HESTER 
McAllen, Texas 



STEVE HOFFPAUIR 
Houston, Texas 

PATRICIA HOKE 
Houston, Texas 



MERABETH HOWLAND 
Houston, Texas 

ANN HUGHES 
Brady, Texas 



BENNIE ZERMENO 
Houston, Texas 





DICK JACKSON 
Donelson, Tennessee 



MALCOLM JOHNSON 
Odem, Texas 

BOB JOHNSON 
Round Rock, Texas 



B. A. JUSTICE 
San Antonio, Texas 



ELSIE KANESHIRO 
Aiea, Oahu, Hawa 



MARY LOUISE KEY 
Texas City, Texas 

SARA BETH KING 
Ranger, Texas 




SHIRLEY KLUTZ 
Port Arthur, Texas 

HELEN KOTHMAN 
Art, Texas 



ALEIDA LAMBERT 
McAllen, Texas 

WAYNE ZIMMERMAN 
Brownsville, Texas 



CARL LARSON 
Colman, South Dakota 




GENNY LINNENS 
Beaumont, Texas 



MINNETTE LONDON 
San Antonio, Texas 

MADA McANGUS 
Houston, Texas 



SHIRLEY McGOWAN 
Claude, Texas 

ROY MASON 
Belton, Texas 




145 




RUSSEL MATTHEWS 
Galena Park, Texas 



BARBARA MOORE 
Dallas, Texas 

SONNY MUCKELROY 
Lake Jackson, Texas 



CAROL NELSON 
Tyler, Texas 







ROSE NIXON 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

BOB PARKER 
Corpus Christi, Texas 





JOAN PASCHAL 
Robstown, Texas 

MARTHA GAYLE PECORA 
Beaumont, Texas 



CHARLES PERRY 
Liberty Hill, Texas 

MARILYN PETERS 
Houston, Texas 



CLASS 
FIFTH 



JIMMY PHARES 
Brownsville, Texas 

JOYCE PITZER 
Refugio, Texas 




«g7 



BILL POLK 
Bartlett, Texas 

NORRIS PAUL POPE 
Hondo, Texas 



BUNNY POTTER 
Beaumont, Texas 

BETTE POWELL 
Beeville, Texas 



DeLOIS PRESCOTT 
Houston, Texas 




CHARLES PRESNALL 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



JUDITH PROSE 
San Antonio, Texas 



PEGGY PRYOR 
Harlingen, Texas 



DENA PULLEY 
Ranger, Texas 




MARGARET ANN REEVES 
Cleburne, Texas 

CYNTHIA ANN ROBICHAUX 
Beaumont, Texas 



GORDON ROE 
Kingsville, Texas 



CHARLES ROGERS 
San Antonio, Texas 



BUDDY ROSS 
Mercedes, Texas 




BEVERLY SAMPLE 
Kerrville, Texas 




DON SHAMBLIN 
Baytown, Texas 



JOANN SCHEPERS 
McGregor, Texas 

JESSE TRAVIS SCOGGINS 
Smithville, Texas 



CLASS 



fim 



148 




FRANK WOMACK 
Houston, Texas 

FRANCES SNOAD 
Lake Jackson, Texas 




LEWIS SOMMERMEYER 
Houston, Texas 

ELEANOR SPARKS 
Refugio, Texas 



SALLY STARNES 
Taylor, Texas 




JO STRIEGLER 
Fredericksburg, Texas 



Of 

seven 



FRANKLIN SUN 
Hong Kong, China 

BOB TANNER 
Port Arthur, Texas 




CARL TAYLOR 
Austin, Texas 




149 




ALVIN WORTHY 
Houston, Texas 

ALLEN THROWER 
Austin, Texas 



LYNN TILDEN 
Georgetown, Texas 

FLORENCE TRIMBLE 
Houston, Texas 



MARGARET ANN TROUT 
Texas City, Texas 



JOSEPH TUNG 
Hong Kong, China 



JOAN VAN DRESSAR 
Harlingen, Texas 





SAM WALKER 
Waco, Texas 




HOWIE WATKINS 
Uvalde, Texas 




1 



CLASS 

fifiy 



■■ 




Of 

seven 






GEORGE WHELTON 
Houston, Texas 




ART WHITNEY 
Poughkeepsie, New York 




NANCY WILLIAMS 
Coleman, Texas 

DON WILLIS 
Port Arthur, Texas 



Ar\ 



BILLIE WHITFIELD 
Taft, Texas 

PATSY WHITFIELD 
Taft, Texas 



SHIRLEY WIEMERS 
San Antonio, Texas 

CHAT WILKINSON 
Beaumont, Texas 




GLADYS ANN WISDOM 
Georgetown, Texas 

NANCY WISE 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



fiimi 



SOPHOIJlOfiE 
CLASS OfflCfllS 



CLASS 



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152 




BARBARA CHAMBERS-Secretary 



Of 



SIX 



SOPHOMORES 
NOT PICTURED 




RIEVES ANDERSON BEN APPLEBY 
Uvalde, Texas Orange, Texas 



CHARLES ANDERSON 
San Antonio, Texas 

DREXEL RILEY 
San Antonio, Texas 

MERRILL WHITEHEAD 
Houston, Texas 



ODEH AHMED AYYAD 
Gaza, Via Egypt 

LIONEL KING 
McAllen, Texas 

DONALD MARRS 
Bryan, Texas 




ABDUL BABBA 
Tulkarm, Jordan 



BUDDY DOLAN 
Georgetown, Texas 



CLINTON GOWAN 
Houston, Texas 




CAROLYN JOHNSON 
Victoria, Texas 



MRS. AGNES PRUDE 
Georgetown, Texas 



BOB McCORMICK 
San Antonio, Texas 




1 

■ 




mm 

Sill 




153 




GENE BRACK 

San Antonio, Texas 







MARTHA ANNE BLALOCK 
Mission, Texas 



SHIRLEY BRAY 
Houston, Texas 



" '. 



DUDLEY BELL 
Houston, Texas 



JANIE BINGHAM 
Belton, Texas 



ALBERT BRIGGS 
Beaumont, Texas 




KAY CARLTON 
Fort Davis, Texas 



BOB CHAPMAN 
San Antonio, Texas 




DAN CARPER 
Clinton, S. C. 



CLASS 

fifty 




«, 



BARBARA CHAMBERS 
Beaumont, Texas 






HI HYUN CHAI 
Pusan, Korea 



r^i&L? 




™ 




MARGIE COX 
Llano, Texas 




BARBARA COPPIN 
Belton, Texas 



CARMEN CROZIER 
Beaumont, Texas 



DAWN I A COX 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



Of 
SIX 



BETTY ANN DAVIS 
Columbus, Texas 




HELEN DOBBINS 
San Antonio, Texas 



HELEN DODD 
Waco, Texas 



GLENN EADS 
Georgetown, Texas 



MARJANN DUNN 
Corpus Christi, Texas 




JAMIE LEE EDMONSON 
Bay City, Texas 





BILL FOWLER 
Corpus Christi, Texas 





DIAN FINLEY 
Georgetown, Texas 



JERRY FUCHS 
Mena, Arkansas 



DOROTHY GIBBS 
Georgetown, Texas 




BILL GLAZE 
Dallas, Texas 




ANN HARRIS 
Dallas, Texas 



DIANE HARKRIDER 
Harlingen, Texas 





COURTNEY GOODMAN 
St. Louis, Missouri 



MARY HALVE 
Waco, Texas 




CLASS 
FIFTH 





JOE HEGAR 
Houston, Texas 





MARY MARSHAL HIGGINS 
Ysleta, Texas 



MALFORD HIERHOLZER 
Seguin, Texas 



SUE HOLT 
Houston, Texas 



Of 
SIX 




PEGGY HUDDLESTON 
Austin, Texas 



MARY LOU JACKSON 
Houston, Texas 




JENNIFER JOHNSON 
Houston, Texas 



LARRY KORTS 
Houston, Texas 



JODY KETCHAM 
Santa Rosa, Texas 




MARY ANN KALMBACH 
Jarrell, Texas 





GEORGE LEWIS 
Houston, Texas 






ANNA SUE LOVE 
Big Spring, Texas 





DON LILLJEDAHL 
Ireland, Texas 



OUIDA LOVELL 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



MARY LOUISE LIMMER 
Bartlett, Texas 




JULIAN K. LYLES 
Austin, Texas 



CLASS 
FIFTU 



JOANNE MILLER 
Orange, Texas 




JOAN MOORE 
Georgetown, Texas 





MERILYN McNIEL 
Mathis, Texas 




JAMES ERNEST LYONS 
Georgetown, Texas 




ELOISE McKINLEY 
Orange, Texas 



pat McGregor 

Aransas Pass, Texas 






GERRY MORGAN 
Houston, Texas 



mh 



HARRY PEACOCK 
Brownsville, Texas 



SUMIE OKOGA 
Aiea, Oahu, Hawai 




JOANN LONG MORSE 
Oilton, Texas 



Of 
SIX 



SHIRLEY OLIVER 
Fort Worth, Texas 







mm 



VICTOR PLATT 
San Antonio, Texas 



MARGIE POOLE 
Georgetown, Texas 



IDA MARY RADER 
Georgetown, Texas 



JOE SAN MIGUEL 
Temple, Texas 



BILLIE RUTH ROSS 
Mercedes, Texas 



RODENY ROBERTS 
El Paso, Texas 





DONNA SAXE 
Beaumont, Texas 









ERMA LEE SMITH 
Dallas, Texas 



BEVERLY SORENSON 
Houston, Texas 




PAT SHIRLEY 
Houston, Texas 



RAY DELL STEPHENS 
Devine, Texas 



PAT TURNEY 
Houston, Texas 





JANIE STRIEGLER 
San Antonio, Texas 



NANCY TIPTON 
Cranford, New Jersey 





KAMAL TARAZI 
Gaza, Egypt 



CLASS 
FIFTH 




ELAINE TAYLOR 
Houston, Texas 




RAYMOND WATSON 
Tomball, Texas 



JANN WICKERSHAM 
Killeen, Texas 



Of 
SIX 




BETTY JANE WILDER 
Beaumont, Texas 




SHIRLEY WILLIAMS 
Houston, Texas 






THURLENE WOOD 
Abilene, Texas 



HESTER MARY ZEAGLER 
New Willard, Texas 



FRANK EDDINS 
Georgetown, Texas 



TOM BEAVER 

New Holland, Illinois 



EUGENE BAKER 
Robstown, Texas 




VIC MANNING 
Rusk, Texas 








1—1 



161 




juhior 

CLASS 
OfflCERS 



CLASS 
flfiy 



BILL ENGVALL-President 





PAT COPELAND-Vice-President 



162 





Of 
FIVE 




JUNIORS NOT 
PICTURED 

JANICE DANIEL 
Dallas, Texas 

KENNETH GARRET 
Uvalde, Texas 

DORA NELL SHEPPERD KAUFFMAN 
Georgetown, Texas 

PAT HORN 
Uvalde, Texas 

HARRY McBRIDE 
Sugarland, Texas 

STEVE RODERIGUEZ 
Georgetown, Texas 

ED SCHWAB 
Galveston, Texas 

DON SMALL 

San Antonio, Texas 

JERRY SMITH 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

JO' ANN SIMMONS YOUNG 
Florence, Texas 





163 





KHALID BABAA 
Tulkarm, Jordan 




JACK ALBRIGHT 
Marshall, Texas 



MICHEL BEAUJOUR 
Paris, France 




CALVIN BECKENDORF 
Brenham, Texas 




KAY BORDEN 
Abilene, Texas 





ROYCE BOREN 
Belton, Texas 



KATHLEEN BRANTLEY 
San Antonio, Texas 



CLASS 

fifty 



EVALYNN BUNK 
Newgulf, Texas 



JOHN BRIGMAN 
Uvalde, Texas 



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L'ROY RANDALL BURKE 
Trinity, Texas 






JEANETTE CAUSEY 
Eagle Lake, Texas 




Of 



SUE CARPER 
Uvalde, Texas 



HAROLD CHAFIN 
Georgetown, Texas 



FIVE 



BETTY CORN 

San Antonio, Texas 





PAT COPELAND 
San Antonio, Texas 



HARRY DAVIS 
San Antonio, Texas 



CAROL EMBRY 
Alice, Texas 




BETH ELLIS 
Chandler, Texas 





165 




BILL ENGVALL 
Georgetown, Texas 




BILL HAYS 
Belton, Texas 



CHARLIE HALL 
Huntsville, Texas 





JUSTINE EVERETT 
Conroe, Texas 






JANET FAGAN 
Houston, Texas 



PAUL GARCIA 
El Paso, Texas 



HELEN HAIR 
La Porte, Texas 



SUL-ROSS HARRINGTON 
Bay City, Texas 



NANCY HAMILTON 
Tyler, Texas 



166 






MRS. MARILYN FORD 
Mexia, Texas 



CLASS 

fifjy 







GEORGE HOLCOMBE 
Houston, Texas 




BETTY JEAN HOLMES 
Beaumont, Texas 




BART HOPKINS 
Galveston, Texas 




PAULINE JOHNSON 
Galveston, Texas 



Of 
FIVE 



ROMA JOHNSON 
Austin, Texas 





FRED KIGHT 
Austin, Texas 



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BARBARA KEENE 
Houston, Texas 



CLAUDE McLELLAND 
Houston, Texas 



BILL MERRITT 
Waco, Texas 



BOBBY LUNDGREN 
Elgin, Texas 





BLANCHE MEEK 
Dallas, Texas 





167 




ROSEMARY MORELAND 
Houston, Texas 




CATHY MORGAN 
Orange, Texas 





FRANK PERRY 
El Campo, Texas 



ROGENE O'DONNELL 
Terrell, Texas 




CURTIS PICKENS 
Houston, Texas 




ELLSWORTH PETERSON 
1 Georgetown, Texas 




CLASS 
FIFTH 



JOHNNY POWELL 
New Braunfels, Texas 



DAVID ROBERTSON 
Weslaco, Texas 



JAMES SLEDGE 
Brownsville, Texas 







DON SCHUHMANN 
Giddings, Texas 



168 






SUE SYLER 
Newton, Texas 




am 








ANN TRUOG 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



GEORGE W. THOMPSON 
Devine, Texas 




BOB TULLOCH 
Belton, Texas 



Of 
FIVE 



G. T. WATKINS 
Georgetown, Texas 



BILL WIEMERS 
Fredericksburg, Texas 






JAMYE WHATLEY 
Odem, Texas 



ERLYTA ANN WILSON 
Kingsville, Texas 




BARBARA WOLFSKILL 
Houston, Texas 




GINGER WOOD 
Uvalde, Texas 




MARIDEL YOUNGBLOOD 
Beaumont, Texas 




169 



Aadtet, cuut (^e^Ucme^i 



In every show there must be a high point, a high point of points. We come now to this 
pinnacle beyond this there is nothing but void, the place where Columbus and his ships were 
supposed to fall to. This, presented in the exact center of the ring, with all other rings and 
events completely blacked out and muted into reverent attention, is the Grand Finale. This is it. 




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CLASS 
FIFTH 



shioh class officas 



GUINN WILLIAMS-President 





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BILLY DIPPEL-Vice-President 



1 JACKIE SALMON-Secretary 



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Of 
fOUfi 





EMIKO FUJIMOTO 
Fukuokashi, Japan 
Graduate 




MRS. BETTY SMITH 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
Post-Graduate 



ABDUL JUBBAR ALMUTTALIBI 
Musharra Amara, Iraq 
Graduate 



POST GRADUATES 
NOT PICTURED 

MRS. ELIZABETH PLATT BEAVER 
Georgetown, Texas 

MRS. LOUISE JOHNSON CAIN 
Georgetown, Texas 

MISS SHIRLEY B. DAVIS 
San Antonio, Texas 

MR. DAVID DOUGLASS 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

MR. FRED GUFFY 
Belton, Texas 

MR. HUGH HAYNES 
Seagraves, Texas 

MR. FRED AVERY HUBBARD 
Georgetown, Texas 

MRS. MARIE BRIGGS STAGNER 
Taylor, Texas 



GRADUATES NOT 
PICTURED 

MISS FRANCES NELL HALLEY ARMSTRONG 
Georgetown, Texas 

MR. BERNARD ELMER BIRKELBACH 
Georgetown, Texas 

MR. SHERIDAN DUNCAN CAVITT 
Georgetown, Texas 

MRS. LA BERA ELLIS CASKEY 
Belton, Texas 

MRS. GLADYS LUSK CLINE 
Belton, Texas 

MRS. ELIZABETH CALLEY COOKE 
Georgetown, Texas 

MRS. MARGUERITE LUCILLE REED DAYTON 
Holland, Texas 

MRS. MINNIE HERRINGTON HENDERSON 
Belton, Texas 

MR. JAMES DARRELL LEWIS 
Florence, Texas 

MR. LUTHER H. NEAL, JR. 
Hillsboro, Texas 

MRS. KATHLEEN VOIGHT PAYNE 
Round Rock, Texas 

MISS EVELENE ELIZABETH SHIPLETT 
Granger, Texas 

MRS. BERNICE RANSOM SWANSON 
Taylor, Texas 

MR. SULTAN AHMAD TREMAZI 
Lyallpur, Pakistan 

MISS XENIA ROSABELLE VOIGHT 
Round Rock, Texas 



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COMER MEDLIN ALDEN, JR. 
Brownsville, Texas 

FREDERIK CORNELIUS LOUIS ALONS 
Heemstede, Netherlands 



CLASS 
FIFTH 




FRANCES YASAKO AOKI 
Aiea, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii 



SAMUEL HARVEY BAKER 
Groesbeck, Texas 

THOMAS GRANT BENTLEY 
Waco, Texas 




JULIA BERGLUND 
Georgetown, Texas 

RUTH BLASDEL 
Richmond, Texas 




BYRON BERT BROWN 
Jewett, Texas 




Of 
f OUR 



RUSSELL MANDERVILLE CHANEY, JR. 
Sulphur Springs, Texas 

JANE HOPE CHAPIN 
Fort Davis, Texas 




BEVERLY JANE DAGUE 
Harlingen, Texas 

DAVID KARL DAGUE 
Harlingen, Texas 



JEAN HELEN CUMMINS 
Bellaire, Texas 




LUCILE ARDEN DANIEL 
Dallas, Texas 






BILLY CHARLES DAYTON 
Austin, Texas 



CLASS 

fifiy 




BILLY IRA DIPPEL 
Giddings, Texas 



ESTHER ANN DOOLEY 
Gladewater, Texas 




JANE GILLETT 
Georgetown, Texas 

EVERETT BASCOM GRIFFIN 
Robstown, Texas 



JOHN ROLAND FOLSE 
Beaumont, Texas 

ROBERT CLARKE FORD, JR. 
Bartlett, Texas 




MARTHA BERT FOX 
Nederland, Texas 

LARRY FREEMAN 
Dallas, Texas 




Of 
f OUR 



GEORGE ROBERT GRIMES 
San Antonio, Texas 

JACK EUGENE GUINN 
Houston, Texas 




BARBARA GWENDOLYN HART 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

CAROL ANN HARTER 
Marlin, Texas 



MARY BERT HEWITT 
Georgetown, Texas 




BETTY ALICE HUSTON 
Trinity, Texas 



GENE HAL KENNEDY 
Grand Saline, Texas 

HELENA ANNA KRYWOSZEJ 
Sutherland Springs, Texas 





WALTER NEIL LANGHAM 
Agua Dulce, Texas 

DAVID FREDERIC LEHMBERG 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 



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MARION HAZEN LEWIS 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

ALBERT WILLIS McCULLIN, JR. 
Cameron, Texas 



BETTY JEAN McLENDON 
Jacksonville, Texas 



ROBERT FINLEY MORSE 
Dickinson, Texas 

WILLIAM ALLEN MUNSON 
Georgetown, Texas 



CLASS 

finy 



BOBBY MOEGLE 
Taylor, Texas 

FRANCES MOON 
Neches, Texas 




Of 
fOUfi 



PAUL FREDERIC PERRY 
Stanley, New York 

MARY JANICE POWELL 
Richland Springs, Texas 



JACK ALLEN RAMEY 
^ulphur Springs, Texas 

JIMMY ROSS 
Henderson, Texas 



DIANA TEWFIC NASIR 
Birzeit, Jordan 

SAMIA MUSA NASIR 
Birzeit, Jordan 




MARCIA ELAINE NEUBERGER 
Brownsville, Texas 







'7T *£ 



JACQUELINE SALMON 
Stockdale, Texas 

ALBERT EARNEST SANDERS 
Fort Worth, Texas 



CLASS 
flfTU 



MARY LOUISA SISSERSON 
Cleburne, Texas 

JANE IRENE SMITH 
Houston, Texas 



CHARLES RAY TANNER 
Port Arthur, Texas 




AUDREY JOY THOMPSON 
Uvalde, Texas 



PHYLLIS TRIMBLE 
Houston, Texas 

HARRY TYRRASCH 
Corpus Christi, Texas 









CHARLIE FRANK TYSON 
Maysfield, Texas 




Of 
fOUR 



MRS. MARY CAROLYN GARRETT WATKINS 
San Antonio, Texas 




■is; sf - j im'mm:: i s i 



VERNON MAYNARD WESTLAKE 
Temple, Texas 

VIRGINIA ANN WILKINSON 
Katy, Texas 



VERNON GUINN WILLIAMS, JR. 
Belton, Texas 

HILL WINFREY, JR. 
Georgetown, Texas 




^^y 




BELVA JEAN YOUNG 
Beaumont, Texas 

MARJORIE ZIMMERMAN 
San Antonio, Texas 





Southwestern University School of Fine Arts 

presents 

The Chamber Opera Players in 

C APTAI N LOVELOCK 

under the direction of Hazen Lewis 
April 30, 1954 







This was one of the many presentations during the year by 
the school of fine arts. They added the culture to the campus 
and presented some fine entertainment for those who attended. 




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THE 

SENIORS ARE 

HONORED AT A 

RECEPTION 

GIVEN BY 

DR. AND MRS. FINCH 




AND FINALLY GRADUATE ON THE LAST DAY OF MAY 




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